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March 01, 1963 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-03-01

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Cyprus' Defiance Argent
WASHINGTON
I of Nasser: Envoy —
Bnai Brith
President Label
cr,u) to Go to Israel
A. Katz shows

By JOSHUA H. JUSTMAN
Chief JTA Correspondent
in Israel

(Copyright, 1963,
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)

Argentine For-
eign Minister Dr.
Carlos Muniz
(right) a 240-year.
old Jewish prayer
book printed in
Spanish. Dr. Mu-
niz and other
Argentine digni-
taries, on state
visit to Washing-
ton, toured Ex-
hibit. Hall of Bnai
Brith building.


* •
M t • n i ster Visits
13n,at Brith

*

t sraei aeexsur

to Student Smokers

Strike New Oil Well
in Israel Kochav Field

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Oil was
JERUSALEM, (JTA) — A struck here at the Lapidot Oil.
campaign against smoking is Company's Well Number 5, , in
being planned by the Israel the Kochav- oil field,- at a depth
HeOth Ministry for the country's of 5,000 feet:
schools, it was announced here
This was the first of Israel's
at a meeting of the Advisory wells where a gusher of oil re-
Health Council which was con- stilted from a drill stein test,
vened to discuss the formation and indicates that no pumping
of. a Council subcommittee on Will be necessary as in other
cancer.
wells. It was also hoped that,
Plans for the campaign are Si/ice the layer was found at a
now being worked out together more shallow depth than other
with the Ministry of Education. wells, the drilling may be near-
Also planned is the initiation ing the crest of an oil structure.
of further measures for the
organization of preventive
Al/WE_
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pECOR4Te
services and early diagnosis of
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JERUSALEM—The other day
Cairo announced that the visit of
Cyprus' Foreign Minister, sched-
uled for this month, had been
postponed and that no new date
for the visit was set; in other
words, that the visit had been
canceled.
-
The controlled Cairo press did
not hide the reason behind the
cancellation: It was the decision
announced by the government of
Cyprus to appoint an Ambassa- Celler Introduces
dor tO Israel.
Bill to Eliminate
This sharp reaction by Cairo Origins Quota Rule
can, - of course, evoke no sur-
WASHINGTON, (JTA)—Leg-
prise..
islation aimed at striking down
Since Cyprus became inde- the "national origins" quota sys-
pendent about. two-and-a-half tem from present U. S. immigra-
years ago, Nasser has spared no tion policy was introduced by
effort and no pressure to under- Democratic Congressman Eman-
mine the good relations and the uel Celler of New York.
growing cooperation between, the
Under his proposal, the non-
island and the State of Israel. quota status of immigrants corn-
The fact that Cyprus withstood ing from Western Hemisphere
these pressures, accompanied by nations would be maintained;
intimidation and threats of re- but, in addition, it would author-
prisals, only testifies to the good
sense of the Cypriot leaders and ize a total annual immigration
their determination to channel quota of 250,000 for equal, dis-
their energies into more positive tribution among four classifica-
Hanley Dawson Chevrolet, Inc.
It is because of his wife that
avenues than that of sterile tions. These include cases of
14501
W. 7 Mile Rd., 1 /2 block W. of James Couzens
hatred, and their reluctance to family unification and occupa- a man's house is blessed.
tional
class,
refugee
asylum
become a tool in Nasser's
class and resettlement class.
schemings.
Visas would be gianted to im-
The case of Cyprus is an migrants without regard to coun-
encouraging one as are the try of origin, with the only limi-
other cases manifesting the tation- being that no more than
failure of Nasser in his en
15 per cent of the quota alloca-
deavor to isolate Israel, in the tion could go to inhabitants of
countries of Africa and Asia. any one country in a single year.
However, the case of Cyprus
provides further proof—if fur-
ther proof is needed- — that San Francisco Jews
these endeavor s have not Seek Ownership of
stopped.
Jewish Cemeteries
The Egyptian press and radio
SAN FRANCISCO, (JTA) —
are full with threats directed at Steps to acquire and maintain
Persia, warning her of "conse- abandoned Jewish cemeteries in
quences" if she continued on her the Mother Lode area in Cali-
present road of friendly rela- fornia, once a center of gold
tions and cooperation with Is- prospecting, have been taken up
rael. Increased pressure is also by a group of local Jewish
being directed at Turkey and at
the African states. According to leaders.
The project backers, who in-
a recent dispatch, the ex-Mufti
of Jerusalem, Haj Amin el-Htis- clude Justice Leonard Friedman
seini—notorious for his wartime and Rabbi Joseph Glaser, hope
agreement with Hitler aimed at to develop a statewide commit-
assisting in the annihilation of tee for the effort.
A survey of the long-aban-
the Jews—has now been enlisted
by Nasser to help combat "Is- doned burial grounds has dis-
raeli penetration" into Africa. closed that many California Jew-
According to information here, ish pioneers who helped found
el-Husseini is shortly to leave Jewish communities now flour-
for a number of African states. ishing in northern California, are
believed buried in the ceme-
There is ground to assume
teries. The Jewish leaders hope
that the ex-Mufti will meet there
to acquire the cemeteries, re-
with no greater success than the store them to proper conditions
o t h e r Arab hate-bearers did
hitherto. There are also no in- and maintain them as historic
dications that either Persia or landmarks.
Turkey is now paying more at-
tention to the Arab threats than 1,840 Jews Entered
SHOLOM SECUNDA
CANTOR JACOB BARKIN
in the past. Indeed, more Israel Canada Last Year
experts have recently been in-
celebrated
conductor-composer, will
OTTAWA, (JTA) —Although
one of the world's foremost cantors, wilt
vited to Persia where they are total immigration to Canada dur-
direct the magnificent Concord Choir.
conduct traditional Passover services.
inter alia -engaged in the re- ing 1962 rose by four per cent,
building of a whole region de- the number of Jewish immigrants
stroyed by the last earthquake, decreased by 10 per cent as com-
and where their work in the pared with those who arrived
all of the Concord's famous sportsfacilities and activities—plus
field of agriculture and coopera- during 1961, a Department of
tion is widely acclaimed. Also Immigration report indicated.
sparkling entertainment—will continue throughout the Passover holiday.
the trade relations between Is-
The data showed that 1,840
rael and Turkey.
Jewish immigrants came to Can-
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However, the fact of Nasser's ada during 1962, compared with
continued campaign of subver- 2,043 in 1961. Jewish immigrants
Y
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to Israel but to well-being and ranked twelfth in size. The num-
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campaign cannot but be viewed manent residence was Israel was
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as part of his other activities — 558 in 1962, compared with 652
his invasion of Yemen, of his in 1961. The number of former
open threats of aggression Israeli citizens among immigrants
against Saudi Arabia and Jordan, to Canada was 587 in 1962 as
and his activities of subversion compared with 674 in 1961.
HOTEL
in all of the Arab states as well
LAKE,
N. Y.
KIAMESHA
as on the African continent.
Israeli 'Arabs' Progreis
in the heart of the
Lands under irrigation by
beautiful Catskill Mountains
Arab farmers in Israel have in-
(only 90 mites from N.Y.C.)
e
Ray Parker, General Manager
creased 15-fold since the estab-
lishment of the State. Some
For immediate reservations phone your
local Travel Agent or MONTICELLO, N.Y. 1840
7,500 acres of land are worked
by Israeli Arabs today, corn-
pared with less than 500 in
1948.

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